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  • Aditya Prasad

    Total masala, only Bruce Willis was missing! :)

    Olympus Has Fallen rating: 7 out of 10

    By Aditya Prasad(05 Apr 2013)

    In this Hollywood hostage drama, the terrorists are not from Pakistan or Gulf they are Koreans! Yes, that's new.

    The American President gets into a hostage situation inside his own house, the white house. This kind of reminded me of the TV series Homeland but then this has more masala. You would expect Bruce Willis to do such honors (the single handed saving the President gig) but then Gerard Butler was not bad.

    The Korean terrorist Kang gets into the white house with the diplomats and launches a series of attacks to ensure the President and the vice ... » read more

Film: Olympus Has Fallen; Actors: Gerard Butler, Morgan Freeman, Aaron Eckhart, Angela Bassett, Melissa Leo, Ashley Judd, Robert Forster and Rick Yune; Director: Antoine Fuqua; Rating: ***

Hollywood is fascinated with the subject of The White House under threat and the Koreans attacking them. This is evident with the kind of films that they have been churning out.

Earlier in December 2012, there was a low budget film called Red Dawn and now jam-packed with A-list stars, Olympus Has Fallen, and soon to follow this June would be White House Down – all the three films deal with nearly the same subject.

But unlike Red Dawn, the stakes are much bigger and the canvas wider in Olympus Has Fallen. It's the story of the loyal ex-handler of the President and a Secret Service Agent, Mike Banning (Gerard Butler), who while protecting President Benjamin Asher (Aaron Eckhart), takes on the North Korean terrorists who besiege the» Read full review

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